How can you set up your managers for success?
Give them the tools to reinforce good habits.
This course is perfect for new managers or experienced managers who want to know how the software can help!
Session 1 – Measure: How do you know if you are being successful if you don’t measure it? How does your team know how they contribute to your success? Learn how to use Align to cascade and track metrics on a team level.
This week you will review how to set up priorities, choose the right KPIs, tag the priorities for use in reporting and communication and set up team level critical numbers.
Session 2 – Communicate: Talking about those priorities and critical numbers on a daily or weekly basis gives managers a way to confirm the team is focused on the right things and course correct if they are not. A consistent communication rhythm sets clear expectations for the team with deadlines plus it’s a great team builder for culture!
In the communication session you will learn how to set up huddles for daily and weekly communication, tag huddles to bring in the right priorities, learn best practices for the structure of information sharing in those huddles, and get valuable resources for rolling out the huddle to your team.
Session 3 – Individual Attention: Not all topics are appropriate for public discussion. One on One meetings give managers and their team members a dedicated time to solve problems, identify challenges with priority completion, and share information.
In the individual attention week you will set up a 1:1 huddle, determine the proper structure and agenda, and identify the reporting to help you as the manager ask the right questions.
Session 4 – Insights and Reporting: Now that your team is using the software, how do you take advantage of this new data? As a manager, you need to be able to succinctly communicate how your team is doing and if you are going to hit your targets.
This session will focus on reporting and insights with “persons of interest” and with teams. Plus, you’ll have the opportunity to do a final Q & A to learn from your advisor’s years of experience.